Daily Archives: July 18, 2022

Movie Review: Katie Holmes and Jim Sturgess experience the and downs of a Pandemic Romance — “Alone Together”

Katie Holmes‘ “Alone Together” is the latest, almost certainly not the last of the “pandemic makes strange bedfellows” dramas and romances inspired by and filmed during lockdown. Tenderly-conceived, tastefully-directed, handsomely-mounted and prestigiously-cast, its a drama that runs up against the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Brit Comic Catherine Tate unleashes “The Nan Movie

Carol Burnett and Vicki Lawrence had “Mama’s Family,” Tyler Perry had “Madea.” Brit comic actress Catherine Tate’s “Nan,” a character from her self-titled sketch comedy series, is pitched somewhere in between, a crude and coarse vulgarian who must be pushing … Continue reading

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Netflixable? Young and Beautiful and lost in the “Doom of Love”

The dreamy, scenic and sweet “Doom of Love” has the look and feel of something truly novel — a Turkish slacker romance. But this Around the World with Netflix bauble about a young man cast adrift when his start-up obituary … Continue reading

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